everyone dieting deserves a treat every now and then. but what the rest of the time? should you be eating cardboard? nooo says the redneck! these little bites are great for anyone from the sick to the well, from the low-carb nuts to those who could eat their weight in chocolate and never gain an ounce (btw..we hate you people!). these must be refrigerated overnight (reflected in the passive cook time).
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another great, easy ramen recipe. i've used this a lot, especially when school is in session! cheap, quick and i always have the ingredients around (unless i haven't been to the store for like a month :-) )
i got the recipe for this out of t.o.h. it was really good after sitting a few hours, but even better the next day. since i had canned jalepenos, i used those instead of fresh. yummy! i served with organic blue tortilla chips.
serve these tender apples with a sweet-tart filling alongside roasted turkey or pork, a delicious pairing with the apples' hint of cardamom - though you could substitute cinnamon. they make a great stuffing alternative for those who don't eat wheat or glu
another "recipe" from my past. many mornings i would have this for breakfast before going to school. sometimes, you just don't want the traditional cereal or bacon & eggs fare. great for an after school snack as well!
i created this recipe in order to have a very low sodium, whole wheat sweet dough for my favorite cinnamon rolls. it will work for other sweet rolls and sweet breads, too. recipe #189088 is how i make my cinnamon rolls.
made this for thanksgiving 2005. excellent recipe! the fact that this is a tart recipe takes away the stress of making a perfect pie crust, since tart pastry is much more forgiving. we also loved loved loved the streusel on top of this! excellent!!! from
growing up, it seemed my parents would be quite creative when preparing weekend breakfast. we always had plenty on the table, even when we had to scrimp to make ends meet. when we did not have a loaf of bread, my mom would use leftover hamburger or hot
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